You can lose fat at different rates. But what's the pay off?
1⃣ If you're aiming for fast fat loss it increases the likelihood of you losing muscle mass. The reason for this is because less calories means less muscle protein synthesis (this is vital for muscle retention)
2⃣ It's also very difficult to adhere to in the long term. In fact, rapid fat loss is actually just a crash diet approach in a way. You must just have an exit strategy.
3⃣ Slower fat loss you lose less muscle. Again, because more calories means more muscle protein synthesis. Slower fat loss is also much easier to adhere too.
“I’ve tried everything, but nothing has worked”. Does this kind of talk sound familiar? Remember ☝️ whatever happened in the past just leave it there. Learned from it so you can improve, but don’t look back💕
@Regranned from @sarahdufflifestyleandfitness - 🔥If only the weekend had its own little protective bubble 💥💥
💥Friday end of work & you can hear the sighs of relief & see the mini fist pumps all over the worlds as as the people close down their work stations & congratulate themselves on having made it through another weeks. "Whooo hooo the weekend has landed" now every now & again saying f**k & having a night or weekend of indulging is quite ok as long as you get straight back to plan once it's done. ❌every weekend like this "hell no " that's not gonna be your progress friend.
🔥The weekend seems to so many like time stands stops, like you put life on a mini pause &I'm not saying it shouldn't be a time for a calmer existence. But if you trying to diet, get healthier & fitter then honestly chucking all of your week time structure out the window every weekend could 1️⃣ affect progress 2️⃣leave you feeling like your starting over again every Monday
✅Be smart keep some structure remember you are trying to create a state of "just living" better all the time not feeling like everything is a chore. If you don't want to have time away from the family to go to the gym etc then find something you can all do together.
✅Saturday & Sunday are not an all you can buffet, calories still matter. If you've been applying the 80/20 balance concept to your food intake then you shouldn't be feeling like you need "a treat "or "a reward" remember food is fuel to be enjoyed but it's not a reward system. Try not to plan every weekends social events around food if you are planning a super indulgent night out then factor it into life.
✅Make plans to do things which will help progress -planning how to take one more meal to work, how to get some extra movement maybe an extra long route to the coffee machine😁
✅ Grab the weekend as an opportunity to do something which progresses you,dont keep doing things makes you annoyed with yourself do the opposite & then make sure you high 5 yourself to hell ( there's my high 5 🤚🏻to you)
👐🏻I'm not trying to be a kill joy of the weekend go out enjoy yourself but remember there is no "bubble "
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Today doesn’t need to be perfect on your diet, it simply needs to be better than it would if you were having a ‘f**k it day’
For most of us, simply refusing one treat, or one snack, or having a glass of water instead of wine is enough to keep the weight in check.
Each time you are going to put something in your mouth, THINK first…….
There will never be enough to make you feel you have enough untill God within you becomes enough.
If Christ is not the cornerstone, it will never be enough
Here’s a word for you this Christmas season.